ca.portal.admin

Re: Programming Question/ Bug?

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Aug 21, 2007
Is the field mapped in/out directly on the Map - or is there a separate
element in a ""map work record"" that is MOVEd to the field that is being
tested. If that's the case it would be worthwhile checking the PICture
of the map field - and especially in that case (as has already been
mentioned) with the ADSC compile option specifies ADS or COBOL moves.
Other things to look at:

() Is ""automatic editing turned on at the map level and at the field
level?
() If so do you have an ""external picture"" that would force a check (by
automatic editing) for all numerics?
() Do you have any pad/justification rules (e.g.. pad with zeroes)?
() In ADSC do you specify EXECUTE ON EDIT ERRORS Yes - because if that's
the case and if automatic editing is enabled you would need to do an ""if
field .... In error ...."" check
() Note that if the external picture is 999999 and automatic editing is
enabled any non-numeric data that is entered should be stripped out by
the run-time mapping system - that's why some of the suggestions about
using ADSALIVE with a break point before the IF test is important.

If this is a new behaviour for old code then I would suspect that a
yes/no switch has been flipped somewhere along the line in either ADSC
or MAPC.

HTH - cheers - Gary

Gary Cherlet
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